Phil Lesh Quintet 9-25-2003 (Discs: CDA-3/SHN-2)
Warfield Theater San Francisco CA
Bertha Remaster of the official soundboard release.
SBD>>DAT>>SHN>>DAW(Bertha)>>CDA/SHN - Sound A+
d1t02-Scarlet Begonias >>
d1t06-Crazy Fingers >>
d1t08-The Wheel >>
d1t09-Built To Last >>
d2t02-Mason's Children >>
d2t04-All Along The Watchtower >>
d2t05-New Potato Caboose >>
d2t06-The Real Thing
d3t01-Unbroken Chain >>
d3t02-Help On The Way >>
d3t06-Goin Down The Road Feeling Bad >>
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by jashley on October 28, 2003.
From the original text file:
The band is Phil Lesh (b), Rob Barraco (k), Warren Haynes (g), Jimmy Herring (g), John Molo (d)
CDs mastered by Wizard
CD covers can be found at www.phillesh.net
Collection PhilLeshandFriendsBand/Artist Phil Lesh and FriendsVenue Warfield TheaterLocation San Francisco, CaliforniaSource Soundboard (Bertha Remaster)Lineage SBD > DAT > SHN > DAW (Bertha) > SHNTaped by Transferred by Jay Ashley
Evan S. Hunt
July 13, 2008
I Was There But It Didn't Sound This Good
A wonderful show through and through. I like Warren Haynes singing and Borraco's singing sounds similar to Jerry and it's very well done.
The bass sound on this remaster is awesome.
I would enjoy more of Phil and Friends of this era but Jimmy Herring, although an excellent technical player, annoys me with his repetitive riffs.
The Franklin's Tower is monumental on this recording, so if you're a Franklin's fan you will want to hear this.
5 stars for sound, performance, and though I didn't care for Herring's playing, the entire show rates a 5.